Alice Isabel Hazeltine

1878 - ?

Author & Librarian

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Alice
I. Hazeltine
Alice Isabel Hazeltine was born August 2, 1878. In 1908 she was made Supervisor of Branch Children's Rooms at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. A devoted children's librarian, Alice Hazeltine is perhaps best known for compiling Library Work with Children. She was an advocate for children's literature, and promoted 'good' reading for all children.

Seleced Works
  • Hazeltine, Alice Isabel. (1917). Library Work with Children. White Plains, New York City, The H.W. Wilson Company.
  • Hazeltine, Alice Isabel. (1927). How to become a children's librarian: with illustrations from St. Louis and the St. Louis Public Library. St. Louis: Library School, Public Library.
  • Smith, Elva and Alice Hazeltine. (1945). Christmas Book of Legends and Stories. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Company.

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